"Man Without Friends" as written by and Matthew Kent Siobhan Donaghy....


Well haven't you heard, baby's got a new thing.
And doesn't wanna be disturbed, there'll be no introducing her.
But that I won't deter, from making us want to meet now.
Am I allowed to call this defeat?

I've been shown, without deserving.
That you're at home, with my un-nerving.
So I suppose I'll take to healing.
And be getting on, getting on.

Answer.
You got no clever answer.
No Answer.
So we get no further no sir, no sir.

Well haven't you heard, the lady says she's walking.
And when he gave her his word.
She didn't find it soothing.
I know what he prefers, a little bit more control now.
That what he had vowed, home ain't just a place to eat now.

I've been shown, without deserving.
That you're at home, with my un-nerving.
So I suppose I'll take to healing.
And be getting on, getting on.

Answer.
You got no clever answer.
No Answer.
So we get no further no sir, no sir.

I've been trying to travel, but my ways are going nowhere.
Knowing that somewhere's hard to find.
But I, I start to unravel. I start to unravel.
In my mind.

I've been trying to travel, but my ways are going nowhere.
Knowing that somewhere's hard to find.
But I, I start to unravel. I start to unravel.
In my mind.

I've been trying to travel, but my ways are going nowhere.
Knowing that somewhere's hard to find.
But I, I start to unravel. I start to unravel.
In my mind.






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"Man Without Friends" as written by Matthew Kent Marlon Mcvey

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    General CommentI love this song and I'm glad it was a single. It's a wonderful midtempo number, and as usual it's a little difficult to figure out what Siobhan's talking about!!! LOL Seems it's about her frustrations at not being able to go where she wants to go.
    Pinkbutterflyon June 04, 2007   Link

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